Over the weekend the mister and I walked across the neighborhood towards a french place I remembered enjoying only to find that it had actually closed its doors over a year ago. What replaced it was Miller's Tavern; named in honor of the author Henry Miller whose boyhood home was nearby on Driggs Avenue. This is old hat for the owners Jeffrey Flagg and Gavin Compton who previously brought to the neighborhood Sel de Mer, Sweetwater and two Variety cafes. The vibe is so cozy along the lines of a wooden ski lodge and the dutch pancake was sinister delicious. We'll definitely be making a better attempt at getting out to this neck of the woods more often.